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Mediterranean

letra-wWhether riding along world class biking trails in Mallorca, or taking scenic sailing excursions across the northern shorelines, the Mediterranean coast offers limitless locales and activities for any aspiring adventurer. In the rustic sun soaked countryside and modern metropolis alike, opportunity abounds for a once in a lifetime trip.

“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.”
– Jacques Yves Cousteau

Discover why the Mediterranean light was made famous by impressionist-influenced painter Sorolla, and lose yourself on a coastline unlike any other on the globe…

VALENCIA

MALLORCA

MENORCA

IBIZA

 

VALENCIA

Now a cosmopolitan centre, a beacon of Spain’s modernity, Valencia is a vibrant city built on history and art, evident in its buildings and museums, perfectly showcased in its spectacular Fallas Midsummer Bonfire Festival. Valencia also rides the cutting edge of science, boasting the largest aquarium in Europe, the interactive Principe Felipe science museum, and a stunning IMAX cinema. Valencia’s natural beauty shines through over 100 kilometers of coastlines, golden beaches, nature reserves, and the grand Albufera park, one of the most important wetland areas in the Iberian Peninsula.

MALLORCA

A cool breeze drifts across the largest of the Balearic Islands, attracting artists and creatives alike to the jaw dropping coastline of Palma de Mallorca. A maze of fine local boutiques, winding alleyways, and warm plazas, Palma’s old town lies as a gateway to the sweeping Tramuntana mountain range, sheltering tiny villages, orchards, and olive groves.

 

Secluded hilltop towns are gorgeous for honeymooners; its peerless cycling terrain is perfect for fitness freaks; the classical music festivals hosted here will impress lovers of culture. The gastronomy in Palma has never been more exciting, with chefs – inspired as much by their Mallorquin grandmothers as Mediterranean nouvelle cuisine – adding a pinch of creativity and spice to the city’s diverse food scene.

MENORCA

Marching to its own mellow beat, Menorca’s gentle landscapes encourage walking, cycling, or horseback riding along its ancient coastal paths, linking a never-ending series of storybook coves with stone monuments and ruins dating back thousands of years. The easternmost of the Balearic Islands provides a phenomenal backdrop for a hiking holiday.

 

Its twinset of sea-splashed cities are delightfully low-key, and the white-sand bays that stud its coastline are among the loveliest in the Med. It is a haven of preserved environmental areas and mysterious historical sites, dry-stone walls criss-crossing its rolling hills and fields.

IBIZA

When tourists leave behind the familiar trail of Ibizan nightclubs and parties, they discover the hidden Ibiza of dozy provincial towns, restored farmhouses, unspoiled sandy beaches, and remote rocky coves. Back in the winding lanes of Ibiza Town, you’ll find an exciting and diverse culinary scene, and along Ibiza’s stunning coastline you’ll find hushed, pebbled bays, or mile long beach parties. A half hour ferry transports you to the nearby island of Formentera for a chilled afternoon spent sipping drinks on lazy beaches and lounging in mellow tapas bars.